Kaylah was born and raised in East Vancouver, B.C. Her mother is a European-Canadian settler and her father was a Chilean refugee. Kaylah completed a B.A. in Anthropology at the University of British Columbia before beginning to audition for film and television in 2017. She has since trained at The Neighborhood Playhouse and The Fitzmaurice Institute in N.Y.C and with her mentor Lori Triolo and coach Andrew McIlroy, in Vancouver.
Kaylah is known for her portrayal of Melissa O’Neil in the Netflix film Rescued By Ruby opposite Grant Gustin as well as her recurring roles on iZombie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Favourite collaborations include the short film Colours by actor/director Brooklyn Prince, her independent work with directors Gloria Mercer and Kasey Lum and collaborations with Boldly content studio. She currently splits her time between Vancouver and Mexico City.
Kaylah is a mixed-race, Latinx settler living on Musqueam, Sto:lo, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh territories. Her pronouns are she/her.